Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

The U. S. Marshals: The Long Arm of the Law

Bibliography

"America's Star," Official tape of the U.S. Marshals, from the Philadelphia office.

America's Most Wanted: "The Robert Nauss Story."

Brown, Dee Alexander. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, New York: Henry Holt, 1970.

Calhoun, Frederick S. The Lawmen: United States Marshals and their Deputies, 1789-1989. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990.

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Highfield, Tamara. "Siege at Wounded Knee," tn.essortment.com

Ho, David. "A Look Back at the 30th Anniversary of the Watergate Break-in," Philadelphia Inquirer, Tuesday, June 18, 2002.

Interviews with Violent Crime Fugitive Task Force members, Philadelphia, PA.

Interview with former U.S. Marshals Roger Ray and Chief Deputy Marshals Dennis Matulewicz.

"Justice under the Star," Warner Productions, 1992: a feature on the U.S. Marshals DVD.

Katz, Bob. "Wyatt Earp: Desert Lawman and Adventurer."www.desertusa.com.

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MSNBC Time and Again archive.

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